> On Fri, Feb 09, 2007 at 09:47:27AM -0500, Grant Peel wrote: > > > Hi all, > > > > I have a very good setup on a server that I would like to clone to a > > brand new server, and an existing server. > > > > My plan is dependant on two things, feel free to comment on them if I > > am missing something: > > > > 0. Make sure the machine to be cloned is using a generic kernel, and > > ensure the SAS driver is enabled. > > > > 1. I will take complete dumps of all the file systems (less swap and > > dev of course). These will be kept on a local machine that has > > filesharing setup (another freebsd box). > > > > 2. a. I will boot the new box using FreeBSD 6.1 or 6.2 CD. > > (How do I keep from entering sysinstall?) > > b.Setup the new filesystems, > > c. setup a local network IP and configure a network fileshare client > > so I can get to the dumps, (this is doable, right?) > > d. inport the stored data, and configure the machine specific > > details (hostname, IP etc etc etc), > > > > Am I missing antything here? > Might be easier to use g4u http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/
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